Annalaura di Luggo
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Template:Lead too short Annalaura di Luggo is an Italian artist.
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Annalaura di Luggo's works have been exhibited in galleries in Miami, New York, Paris, Sao Paulo, Istanbul, and Monte Carlo. She also created an exhibition called Occh-IO/Eye-I, using the photographs of eyes of individuals including Antonio Banderas as well as regular individuals. She also created Never Give Up, a project developed together with the inmates of the juvenile detention centre at Nisida, Italy. Additionally, she is the creator of Blind Vision, a multimedia installation curated by Raisa Clavijo shown during May 2017 at the Istituto Colosimo in Napoli, then at the Basel Art Fair, in New York, and Cortina d’Ampezzo. In 2017 it was also shown in a black dome in Piazza dei Martiri as well as at the United Nations for the Conference on Rights of Persons with Disabilities. The project consists of the photographs of the eyes of 20 totally or partially blind people of different ages professions and educational backgrounds.